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NFL Week Eight Touchdown Predictions
Well, last Sunday, once again, for the second straight week, I went two out of three on my anytime touchdown picks.
Ezekiel Elliott and Nick Chubb were easy picks, but how Saquon Barkley managed 110 yards rushing without scoring a touchdown beats me.
C'est la vie.
But if you win two out of three every week you’ll be in the black, Jack.
Hear me? Good.
Still, let’s go three for three this Sunday, shall we?
OK, you got it.
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Ready? Here we go with my anytime touchdown picks that will prove sweeter than any bag of Halloween candy your kid or any other brings home. And if I’m wrong, feel free to raid that pillow case (is that still a thing?) and gorge to your heart’s content.
A.J. Brown (+100) and DeVonta Smith (+155) vs. Pittsburgh
We’ll start with an Eagles twofer since I’m staying with my hunch that this is going to be a wild, fun, winning weekend in Philly.
I'm betting on both of these guys to score against a Steelers secondary that’s dirty-towel terrible (29th in the league in passing yards allowed along with 13 TDs given up). I think they each earn a TD– or at least one of them will – and if you take the pair, you’ll still be ahead by Sunday night.
Taysom Hill, Saints (+100) vs. Raiders
You’re lying if you thought that Hill would be leading the Saints with overall touchdowns (five). The dude just finds a way to score, whether he’s lined up at tight end, running back, quarterback, slot receiver, you name it. And he’ll do it again against Las Vegas.